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I live in a northern climate and am considering 1077W rifles for my visiting grandsons. Will I be disappointed with the CO2 performance in 35--40 degree outdoor temperatures? Most plinking would be at 15 to 20 yards. I have read reviews that these rifles have extremely low muzzle velocities in cold weather. I need acceptable accuracy. Advise, please.
CO2 will not function at 40 Deg F and below. It is sluggish at 50 deg F. CO2 is not for your needs.
I just purchased a Crosman 1077W, and it says to remove the CO2 cartridge when done for the day. I shot just to make sure the gun was OK, and to check it out. But had to leave to take my wife to work. There was still a lot of air in the CO2 Cartridge. I would think it would ruin the seals to release the pressure. Wouldn't it have been better to leave it till the next day when I could shoot it till empty?
No. Co2 Is a refrigerant. Leaving it in can damage your seals and ruin the gun. ALWAYS empty co2 when done firing.
Is the muzzle velocity adjustable on this rifle or on any co2 rifles? Thanks, Rich
No. All CO2 guns are fixed power.
What is the trigger pull on the Crossman 1077W?
What is the best pellet to use and what grain weight?
Crosman site say the plastic version is built in the USA, no such note on the wood version, can anyone confirm the country of manufacture? Would really like to support the Crosman US based folks and purchase a rifle model that is still being manufactured domestically.
Ok I took the chance and ordered one anyway, so I'll answer my own question. Yes it is made in the USA! Or at least assembled here which is a positive in my book. I'll add an observation, the wood on mine is significantly darker than the picture above or examples I've seen online, not a complaint just an observation. The examples I have seen are very close to the tone of my 10/22 the 1077 I relieved is more like a dark furniture color.
Would it be possible to get a replacement barrel that isn't rifled? I'd like to shoot steel BBs from this but the rifling would make the BBs wildly inaccurate.
Purchase lead BB's instead, than you can shoot them in a rifled barrel. Rifling will make them more accurate. Muzzle loaders use rifling with round balls.
Does anyone know what the barrel diameter is?
What pieces of the gun are metal?
Pretty much just the barrel!
What's the difference between a1077 and a 1077W ?
The 1077w is a wood stock that's all.
This version comes with a wood stock (only difference).
What is the weight of this wooden 1077? The specs list it at 3.75lbs the same as the plastic version. That makes no sense.
I wouldn't doubt it's in that weight area.I'm now testing one for Hard Air Magazine and it is really quite light Courtesy of Pyramyd Air.
Does this gun have a metal or plastic receiver?
The receiver is Plastic.
when are you gonna get the wood varient back in stock
The wood version is available now at PA. I just received one 1-29-15. One of my best purchases of many from. PA. Exceed expectations.
My understanding is Crosman is making an exclusive run of wooden stocks for Pyramyd Air. As of 5-13-15 they are back in stock but they will probably will sell out quickly again.
Well, I was going to say "never say never" since I just bought one last week (4/10/15) but they seem to be selling out quick. Pyramyd Air has already bumped up their estimated in stock date twice since they sold out again in the middle of April.
Since the only review on this rifle is from '07, I would say never.